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Vol. 1. No. 316.
HONOLULU, H. I., THURSDAY, MAY 28, 189G.
Pkiok 5 Cents.
THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Published every day except Snndny nt
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B. I. FINNEY, Manager.
:- "tfitfelth yizinual feting
Jockey - Club
-' f i Ji. - -. Ttf"S f -
June 11th, 1896.
. . OFFICIAL PROGRAM:
IlaccH to Coramcnco nt 10 n. m.5harp.
lf&ICYOLE RACE. Prize:
' . ' Gold Medal, valued nt $20.
2 BICYCLE RACE. Prize:
Gold Modnl, valued nt $30.
8 HONOLULU PURSE, S200.
"'.Running race; mile dash.
Free for all.
4 MERCHANTS' PURSE.'
Trottiug and Pacing to har-
" , ncss. Best 2 iu 3, 2:45 class.
,tSN- 5-OOEANIC S. S.-CO'SCUP,
S150 ADDED. Runningltace;
uy 'l mile dash. Hawaiian Bred.
, - ,2&giROSITA. CHALLENGE
,'fTpCrCrP, S200 ADDED. Run
ning Rnco; 1 milo dash.
.7-r-K APIOLAN1 PARK P ORSE.
Trotting and Pacing to har
ness, best 2 in 3, 2:35 class.
' 6 HAWAIIAN JOCKEY CLUB
PURSE, fl milo dash for
Hawaiian breds, 150.
O-KALAKAUA CUP. 1 mile
dnsh for Hawaiian bred, $150.
10-SPEOIAL RACE. Maidon
Race; trotting and pneing to
hurness. Hawaiian bred 4
year olds or under. Purse 8100.
' .11 PRESIDENT WIDE
MANN'S PURSE. milo
dnsh; free for all. $150 added.
All entries are to bo made with
the Secretary beforo 2 ,o'clock
Monduy, June 8th, 1890. En-
trnnco foes to bo 10 per cent, of
purse, unless otherwise specified.
All Races to be run or trotted
under the rules of the Hawaiian
. Jockey Club.
'" All horses aro expected to start.
unless withdrawn by 9 o'clock a.
m. on June 10th, 1890.
General admission 50 cents
Grand Stand (extra)
50-conts and $1
i Carriages (insido of oourso)
Qunrtor stretch budges $5
Per order Committee,
S. G. "WILDER,
Secretary Hawaiian Jockoy Club.
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H S'tivnjthons tho Nervos,
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v .Homovos that Tired Fooling,
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i debility, skin
any other ail
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Hwnro of clionp Imitations. 'XLo
iiiinit .Ayor's SiiMftparlllu m promi
nuiit on tlio vniiiixn-, awl is blu'.vn in
tho clmm of uuclt tiottlo.
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
8olo Agonts for tho Itopubllo of Ilnwnii.
.etiiioi! Interesting !
imports of Champagne In
to the Unitod States,
f BOM JAN. 1ST TO JDNE IsT, 1895.
G H Mum in & Co.' a extra
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Moet & Ohnndon 9,608
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Krug& Co 270
Ohas. Hoidaiook 355
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Macfarlane & Co.,
Solo Agents for G. II. Mumm & Co.
for the Bawaiian'IslandB.
I)y virtuo ot n Writ of Execution iRxuod
out of tho Circuit Court, on tho 14th dny
of April AD 1800,agnimit Mary Stovonsnud
J L Htovous defondunts in fnvor of W H Oti
fcrgflt nnd Leonora OpforKelt jilaintiff
for tho sum of $3284 -fift I havo lovied upon
and Blmll oxpo'su for Halo at the Station
IIoubo in the District of Honolulu, Island
of Onhu, nt 12 o'cloolt of Friday, tho 20th
dny of May, A 1) 1800, to the highest bid
der, all tho right, tltio and intercut of tho
said Mary Stevens and J L Stevens do.
fondants in nnd to the following property
unles? said judgment, interent, cost itud
my oxpeuses bo previoiibly punl.
List of property for bale:
Conslstnig of that certain iiI'to or parcel
of land situated at Kanalalian, In Honolulu,
Oahu, as described In lioial I'ntcnt 170.!, I. C
A i'J5 to Knmiihlnl; and
That certain piece or naicel o f land Known
as Apana I and II, comprising 1 aeieit and
U rd, more fully described in Ilojnl I'litcnt
2TU5, 1. C A 4'J0 to I'apolo, olliiftlnl In i.nha
11. II. II11UI1UUUIV,
Honolulu, Oahu, April
A SUIT EOF 1100MS LATELY OCOUPIKD
by Ur. Tuokor will bo for rent ou and alter
June Int. corner Fort ond llorctnnla btreetu.
312-tf ' .MltB.TUKNEU.
LEGISLATURE IN SESSION
noiJNi: kim.s a mi:nioAi.
rho Ncnnto fllven Mnpiiy llplcli lo
Aiiollin' Appruprlntlou Hill
EiauTY-SixTU J)xx, May 28th.
At the opening o IhoSennto to
day it wiih nnnounced Hint tho
President hnd signed tho Joint
Annexation Eesolution find n
nurabor o bills.
Senator 'WaterhouHO from tho
Committoo on Education present
ed a favorable roport 911 tho' peti
tion of residents of Keauhou, Ha
waii, for a schoolhouseandrecom
mended its tiniiBinitisioii to tho
Board of Eduontiuu. Adoiitcd.
An invitation from thu W. OVf.
U. was read inviting the members
of tho Sonnto to lako lunch ht tho
Senator Waterhouso propound
ed tho following questions to the
Minister of Foreign Affairs:
Havo any claims boon filed by
lOrmgn representatives tor damn
yes arising from tho imprisonment
or othor ill-trentmont of tho sub
jects of Foreign Powers during
tho riot of Jnnuary, 1895?
"If nny cla ms havo boeu so
presented or tiled, tho govorumont
is requested to state on behalf of
what persons, and iu what amount
moll claims havo boon presented.
"The government is also asked
to Btato what arrangoments,if nny,
h vo been mado for tho settlement
of such claims'"
On tho regular order of tho day
Mm bill to regulate tho practice of
medicine was -taken up on third
Senator AVatorhonso believed it
would bo a good idea to lot tho
bill lio over for this session. It
placed too much power in tho
hands of ( three physicians. Ho
moved to indefinitely postpone.
Tho motion wos lost.
On n ilual voto the bill was
killed by a voto of 7 to 2. Tho
chair ruled that tho bill was kill
ed, not having received a majority
of tho votes of the Sonato.
A question being raisod as to
whether a motion to xocouBidor
was in order, Senator Brown
moved to acain tako the bill from
A dispute then aroso as to
whether tho motion was in order,
and President Wilder being in
doubt reserved his decision until
Sonato Bill 37, relating to ports
of entry, with tho Houso amend
ment thereto, retaining Kcalako
kua as a port of entry, was taken
up and tho amendment concurred
Sonator Eico reported verbally
on tho bill to create u Department
of Education nnd on motion tho
bill was taken up and read by
Tho bill passed with a few
slight amendments and was mado
tho special order for tomorrow.
On motion of Senotor Mc
Candless a recess of twenty
minutes was taken for tho pur
poso of connubiating.
EiaiiTY-Sixth Day, May 28th.
HOUSE OF JlEI'ItESENTATIYES.
Minister Coopor had his way,
at yesterday aftoruoon's session,
iugotting tho itom for support of
military passed in tho lump sum
of $65,760, to avoid complications
with tho Auditor-Genoral.
Minister Damon had tho land
law administration fund in
creased to 13,000, explaining
that this was to give
scopo to tho Minister of tho In
terior, while not actually increas
ing expenditures, as receipts for
lands wont into tho troasury.
A number of small additions
woro mado to tho appropriations,
to moot odds and ends of accrued
Minister Damon had $12,500
volod for carrying out tho pro
poned incomo tax law, and Minis
tor Coopor an addition of an
oven thousand for tho opium law
Hop. llycroft obtain', J tT.OO for
a road from Lnupalioolioj to Ki
lau. Ifrtti Ifnnnitn nn-.i.i.1.t.1 ..,..... nl
.v lA.wiuiiit oui;i;i'iit"U iin-iutib .
upjwsiuon in (loiiining too 50UU
originally allotted for roads in
Hop. Haiti failed in nn effort to
make S3500 for Wailuku' roads
Minister Cooper had tlio quar
antine Btatioit ilom increased to
Hep. Kauiauoha was balked in
an attempt to 'get $1000 for Ko
hala water" works. Ho did not
havo tho information desired by
tho Houso on tho mattor.
Minister Cooper sooured $3000
additional for treatment of tho in
sane1 Hep. Hnlualani failed to add
$1000 to the $101)0 for Kapiolani
Maternity Home, it not nmiruirincr
that tup institution needed any
Minister King got $12,500 addi
tional for now electric light fix
tures, also $8775 for expenses urn
dor Begistration Act and $11,000
subsidy to Oahu Bailwoy.
Tho item for telephone in Ko
hala withstood tho opposition of
ltep3. Winstop jaud ltichards.
On tho opening of tho Houso
this morning an invitation was
recoivod fr,om tho Woman's Ex
chaugo for tho, members to take
lunch at its new quarters'.
Hep. Hamina presented a reso
lution to tho effect that persons
detained at tho Molokai Doper
Settlement without exhibiting nny
signs of tho disease shou d bo
brought to tho Kalihi Expori
uiontnl Station. Waiamau tho
architect and Tlios. K. Nathaniel
were named as persons of that
descripiidn. t, t
The resolution wns referred to
tho Molokai visiting committee,
with instructions to confer with
tho, Board of Health on the sub
ject. The appropriation bill for cur
rent receipts had its consideration
resumed. Some now items of
salary remnants were inserted.
Tho bill was roferred to tho revi
sion committee for tho insertion
of now items, including thoso to
be agreed upon by tho Board of
Health for improvements on Mo
lokai, aud to bo reported back for
passage on second reading.
Tho Houso bill to provent blind
neBS among children was, on mo
tion of Bop.Kamauoha,indcfiuito
ly postponed. It was ridiculed
aud condemned as aschomo of tho
Medical Association to mako
troublo and oxponso.
Tho Senate bill to provide for
registration of births, marriages
and deaths passed third reading.
Also, tho Sonato bill relating to
The third roading of tho loan
bill for public improvements was
proceeded vritn section by section.
It authorizes the Minister of
Finance to issue bonds of tho ag
gregate amount of 3854,090.60, at
not moro than five por cout. in
terest, redeemable in five years,
and salable at not 111010 than three
per cent discount. Tho sohedulo
of appropriations has alroady
boou published. Expense of
plaoing tho loan is limited to
Miuistor Damon, in auswor to
Hop. Bond, said that the com
pound of dollars ond cents in tho
aggregato amount of bonds made
Tho bill passed unanimously on
ft call of ayes and noes.
An unfuvorablo roport of tho
Commerce Committee on tho bill
to increaso tho duty on sak6, etc.,
Hop. Bond moved it bo laid on
tho tablo to bo considered with
Bop. Kauiauoha moved tho
adoptiou of tho roport. Thoro
was a bill on tho same subjoot be
fore tho Sonato, and thoro was
likely to bo a now Liquor Com
mission to roport at noxt BCSBion.
Continued on Mh Page.
IN THE HIGHER COURTS
MINltOI-Ol' IMNOl'OMS WINNTIIE
IIII.O I.KASt: (1AMK.
Judgment In Low vh. Ilnrucr-Mcirritl
Jury Trillin Divorce hull
Dt-clili-'l mill IVndliiiC.
Tho Supremo Court has render
ed a decision in tho case of J.
Vierra vb. Gulstan F. Iloport,
Bishop of Pauopolis, V. A., and
Emil Wory. Plaintiff suod for
spocific performance of an alleged
agroomont for a rouowal of lease
of property at Hilo., Circuit Judgo
Austin's decision refused tho pray
or of tho bill. This decision is af
firmed by tho Supremo
Court, Justice Whiting being tho
author of tho opinion, aiul tho
caso is remanded to tho Fourth
Circuit Court for such further
proceedings ns may be necessary.
Tho Court holds: "Specific per
formance will not bo granted of a
contract the tonus of which aro
noUproved to bo dofinite and cer
tain." G. F. Littlo for plaintiff;
P. Neumann and F. M. Wakofiold
In tho long ponding Buit of J.
A. Low, administrator, vs. John
M. Horner, on an old assigned
California claim, Judgo Carter
has rondored a decision in favor
of tho plaintiff for $-1109.02 with
interest nt tho legal ratofrom July
27, 1895, to date and costs. Neu
mann for plaintiff; Kiunoy nnd
Ballou for defendant. .
Tho two damago suits of Ohi
neso against Policeman Jispinda,
for rough usage in arresting them,
resulted in verdicts o$30 and $15
for tho plaintiffs.
Julia Pat Cheo has been award
ed a divorco against Pat Cheo for
extreme cruelty. Kano for plain
tiff; Humphreys for defendant.
Tho following jury tried tho as
sumpsit caso of Marcellino Lomba
vs. Mario Alves beforo Judgo
Perry and disagreed: G. S. Har
ris, Jr., B. Ordeiistein, J. J. Leck
or, J. J. Etan, B. R. Campbell, E.
M. Marshall, J. S. Martin, J. D.
Tregloan, F. Hustaeo, Frite ltow
ald, C. J. Sherwood,!. Rubinstein.
Thurston & btauloy for plaintiff;
Magoon aud Edings for defend
ant. Chiof Justice Judd has signed
an order substituting Ernest H.
Wodohouso as trustee in placo of
William Foster, for Mary S'.
Lovoy (now Mary S. ABhton) and
her children, boneficiaries of tho
estate of J. H. Conoy, deceased.
Orders of sorvico by publica
tion havo been signed by Judgo
Perry in tho divorco suits of
Louisa M. Todd vs. A. A. Todd
and Wilholmina Vogol vs. Hans
Brodor Anton Vogol.
John Honry vs. James. Carty.
suit for wages, was on trial, con
tinued from yesterday, all this
foronoon beforo Judgo Perry.
Tho jury was as follows: A. B.
Wood, 1). W. Corbott, Geo. Gray,
J. J. Lecker, E. M. Marshall, G.
B. Gray, Fritz Eowald, J. D.
Tregloan, J. J. Egan, J. S. Mar
tin, F, O. Smith, C. B. Huston.
At 12:24 tho jury rotircd, and nt
1:17 returned with u verdict for
plaintiff awarding him $582.06,
two dissenting. Defendant's
counsel gavo notice of motion for
a now trial on tho ground that tho
verdict wiib contrary to tho law
and tho ovidonco. Neumann for
plaintiff; Thurston & Stanley for
O. Evenson was brought beforo
Judgo Perry this afternoon to
pload to an indictment for assault
with a deadly weapon" a kuifo
upon Jack Kahulumona. Tho
aflogod offonso wns committed nt
Kamoiliili ou tho 17th of this
mouthy nud iu expectation that
tho prisoner would plead guilty
tho proceedings woro hastened for
tho present term.
Tho most popular beor in Ho
nolulu, such is tho verdict on all
sides whon it to como to Senttlo
Beor on tup and iu bottles at tho
OUR GRACIOUS QUEEN
HJtii'o.vs oixi:itAi'K ruuiM he-
MVi:i SOVKHKUJV.S ItlKTIlIlAY.'
I.arjrn mill Huppf A.ieiiiUI- nt Inde
pendence I'nrk Honiitlrul Decora
tion r the Hull.
Independence Park pavilion
was crowded with a merry throng
last night, whon ft ball was"given
in honor of Queen Victoria's soven-ty-sovonth
birthday, which foil
upon last Sunday. British Com
missioner Hawes had not recover
ed sufficiently from his recut ill
ness to attend. Thomas E. Wnlkor,
Vice-Consul, however, gracefully
filled tho position of 'ipatron,.
whilo Mrs. Walkor with hor
charming amiability was tho
chief patroness. Tho ovont
was managed by tho following,
joint committee of Captain Cook
Lodgo of Sous of St. Gcorgo and.
Honolulu Scottish Thistlo Club:
J. C. I Cook, It. Cattou, AV. -H.
Pain,) Arch. O. Steele (Chief
ScotUh Thistlo Club), T. Black,
G. L. Dull, W. O. Roo (President
Sons of St. George), A. St. M.
Mackintosh and J. Lucas.
Decorations of the hall woro
magnificent, olicitiug general ad
miration. They wero designed
by Geo. L. Dall, architect, mom
bor of tho committoo. Over the.
door leading to tho cloak rooms
was tho monogram "V. E." in
colored oloctric lights surmounted
by a crown. Tho frout of tho
orchestra stage boro a por
trait of Queon Victoria,
also a well executed oil painting
of tho rose, thistlo nnd BuamrauK"
by Mrs. Thomas Black. At con
spicuous places woro draped to
gether tho British nnd Fawniinn
iiags, and flags of tho United
estates, Uermnuy nnd other
nations woro also numerously
displayed, tho tiuciout Scottish
Hag with its fiorco-looking lion
rampant having a prominont
position. Palms, ferns aud wreaths
woro artistically disposed about
doors, windows nnd railings. Tho
gouornl effect was symmetrical,
harmonious aud brilliant.
Dancing wns opened with a
grand march, followed by a pa
rado of tho reception committee,
escorting Mr. Wnlker to tho front,
as tho Kawaihan Club, that fur
nished music for tho ovoning,
playod "God Save tho Queen."
Then tho order of dnuccs wns
takon up, which iucludod tho
Highland schottischo twico. Re
freshments of excellent quality
woro served in tho 'dining
hall before midnight, 'nnd
there wns n gratifyiup;
absence of confusion and scram
bling for such a largo crowdThere
must havo boon hvo or six hun
dred pooplo present, and when
tho lancors was danced there was
always a full floor. "Sir Eogor
do Coverloy" ended tho program
Hh,ortly . after midnight, being
danced without any of tho mis
takes that somctimos mar tho
ti mo-honored and exhilarating
Tho floor was in chargo of A.
St. M. Mackintosh and J. M.Dow
sott, who woro alort and tactful in
tho dischargo of their functions.
What with tho Hawaiian Tram
ways Co.'s -cars aud omnibuses
and Smith's omnibus liuo, togoth
or with ti host of hacks, transpor
tation facilities woro most ample.
None who attonded thisVictorinu
ball spoko of tho event but to-express
tho most hearty nuknowl
odgmouts of its joyousuess. "Long
may Victoria roign."
Mechanics' Homo, corner Hotel
ind Nuimnu streets, lodging by
lay, wook or mouth. Terms: 25
and 50 cants por night $'l, nnd
1 25 jjer week.
Sterling, tho painte is pro
pared 'to quoto prices oil roof
painting. Ho uses a composition of
coal tar and cement. 'Cheapest
and host roof preparation in Ho
. Jti' V gwM&MrJir 'df